IsoMon Dual-Channel Gas Detection

ATi’s IsoMon Dual-Channel Gas Detection system monitors complete decontamination processes from start to finish, measuring both high and low gas concentration levels.

Dual channel gas monitoring for high & low levels

ATi’s IsoMon dual-channel gas detection system has revolutionised the way sterilisation cycles are processed, monitoring the complete decontamination process from start to finish and measuring gas levels of both high and low concentration.

This unique system has been primarily developed to address the sterilisation needs of the pharmaceutical, biological, medical device manufacturing, defence, industrial, healthcare and food packaging industries, but can also be deployed to reduce the occurrence of hospital-acquired infections and even the decontamination of aircraft cabins.

IsoMon is a first-of-its-kind gas detector that allows both high and low value measurements of Hydrogen Peroxide levels, providing users with reliable validation data regarding the sterilisation of aseptic environments and that they are safe following sterilisation.

Features & specification

  • Gas Type: Channel 1 – Hydrogen Peroxide, 0-2000 PPM, Channel 2 – Hydrogen Peroxide, 0-100 PPM
  • Sensor Type: Electrochemical
  • Response Time: 90% in 60 seconds
  • Accuracy: Generally ±10% of value, but limited by available calibration gas accuracy
  • Repeatability: ± 20 PPM on 0-2000 range,  ± 1 PPM on 0-100 range
  • Electronic Linearity: ±0.5%
  • Zero Drift
  • Display: Backlit graphics liquid crystal display
  • Outputs: 2 RS-232 outputs for stored gas values, 2 4-20 mA DC analog outputs for remote display
  • Memory: 12,000 data points per measuring channel
  • Programmable storage Interval options
  • Typical Capacity: 8 Days at 1-minute storage interval
  • Alarms: 3 concentration alarms with adjustable setpoints per channel. Alarms may be set for high, low, or off.
  • Power: 120 VAC or 230 VAC VAC

Applications

The IsoMon is available for a wide range of applications including:

  • Pharmaceutical
  • Biological
  • Medical device manufacturing
  • Defence
  • Industrial
  • Healthcare
  • Food packaging

Key benefits

  • Monitor complete decontamination cycles from start to finish
  • High and low value measurement of hydrogen peroxide values
  • Provides reliable validation data

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FAQs

  

Yes, the ATi H10 smart gas sensor can be plugged into any compatible gas detection device. Also multiple sensors can be used on one device, resulting in a gas detector that can go from measuring Phosgene to Ammonia in less than one minute.

We recommend that the H10 smart gas sensor is calibrated every 6 – 12 months, however this may vary depending upon which gas is being monitored.

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